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Archive for February, 2004

Concert Postponed

BOONE — Tonight’s performance by the Appalachian Symphony Orchestra has been rescheduled for Friday, Feb. 27, at 7:30 p.m. The concert will be in Broyhill Music Center’s Rosen Concert Hall on the Appalachian State University campus.

ASU Professor Received Travelocity’s Excellence in Geography Education Award

022704lineback_dl.jpgBOONE–As a high school geography teacher in the mid-1960s, Neal Lineback always searched for ways to help students understand current events and issues by illustrating patterns and concepts with geography.

One-act Plays by Pulitzer Prize-Winning Authors Presented in March

BOONE–The Department of Theatre and Dance will present “The Human Condition: An Evening of Pulitzer Prize Winning Playwrights” March 17-20 in the I.G. Greer Studio Theatre on campus.

Atmospheric Sciences Expert To Speak March 25-26

BOONE — Dr. Anton Seimon, a postdoctoral fellow with the Earth Institute of Columbia University, will present information from his recent research linking El Ni’

Appalachian Hosts Spring Open House April 3

BOONE — Nervous about attending college? You can ease into the campus experience by joining Appalachian State University as it welcomes prospective students and their parents to campus on Saturday, April 3.

Traditional Irish Music Performed for St. Patrick’s Day March 17

092903celtic_dl_1.jpgBOONE–Sunday’s Well, a traditional Irish music ensemble from Appalachian State University’s Hayes School of Music, celebrates St. Patrick’s Day with a concert March 17.

With Patience, Even Picky Eaters Will Eventually Love Their Veggies

BOONE–It’s mealtime and the struggle begins. Any parent of a picky eater knows that getting a child to eat a meal that includes a variety of vegetables or fruit can turn into a battle of wills.

Faculty Vocal Quintet APPropos! Performs March 2

022304apppro_dl.jpgBOONE–The Mariam Cannon Hayes School of Music’s faculty vocal quintet APPropos! sings the work of American composers on Tuesday, March 2.

Old-Time Religions Discussed on TV Program

BOONE–Old-time religion expert Howard Dorgan calls Appalachia one of the most religiously diverse areas of the country because of its many different segments of Baptist, Holiness and Pentecostal churches.